Moleskine City Notebooks
Reviewed by Margaret Galvan
Ever get frustrated with traditional travel guide books that leave no space for reactions or organize information in a manner counterintuitive to your sensibilities? Well, now Moleskine, whose compact and sturdy journals are offered in many formats with graph, lined, or blank pages, has released City Notebooks. These City Notebooks provide public transportation and zone maps with indices that help in locating stations and streets, blank pages to doodle down notes and experiences, notched pages that allow the traveler to organize places into address book-like categories, and various other accoutrements, like the classic Moleskine inner pocket, perfect for holding ticket stubs. Moleskine currently presents city notebooks for only European and American destinations, with 22 cities available by the end of 2007. Pair these notebooks with our 72-Hour Vacations to create your own toteable travel guide.